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Below are a further selection of smashing cats happily homed after being seen on Cat Chat.
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Melvin, from Maesteg Animal Welfare  Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatMelvin deserves a loving home. He was with his family until the new boyfriend became allergic to cats!! As a result he went to another member of the family. Unfortunately they had two very large dogs that chased him. He got out of the house and disappeared. He stayed around the new property, but was afraid to get close because of the dogs. He was out on his own for two weeks so became very hungry and lost quite a bit of weight . With the aid of a trap from us he was caught and brought to our shelter. He was quite nervous at first after all his ordeals but soon became very friendly when he knew he had good food, shelter and was safe. Melvin is a lovely boy who has landed a lovely new home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Woody & Stella, from Maesteg Animal Welfare  Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatFriendly little Woody (left) came to us because her present owner could no longer look after her. Stella (right) is a dainty girl who came to us after a family breakdown and neither party would take responsibility for the cat. She is a dainty pretty cat withy a bent ear! Both cats have now been rehomed thanks to Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Chilli is a 7 year old house cat who likes nothing better than sitting snoozing on laps! He loves following people around the house and sitting on the edge of the bath watching the bubbles. Chilli has now found a lovely new home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh

Rescue cat Charlie from Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford, Staffordshire, West Midlands, homed through Cat ChatIt’s really good news for Charlie finding a lovely home thanks to CatChat. He will be going to his new home this weekend when the family returns from holiday. We really appreciate all the good work the volunteers at CatChat do helping rehoming our cats and kittens in our care.

Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford

Rescue cat Gracie from Margs Moggies Cat Rescue, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, homed through Cat ChatThank you for all your help with the rehoming of Gracie, I’m pleased to say she has a home to go to via overlooked cats on CatChat. Thank you so much for your help.

Marg's Moggies, Bradford on Avon

Smudge & Shifty, Dora, from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatSmudge (left) & Shifty (middle) found a home together and even though they came in separately are prepared to share their good fortune. Lovely Dora (right) is another youngster that wasn't with us long after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

This is Lily, a beautiful 3 year old tabby with a friendly and sweet nature. She loves nothing more than a lap to sit on. She has now found herself a new home after being seen on Cat Chat.

Caring Animal Rescue, West Midlands & Staffordshire

 

Luna, from Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs, homed through Cat ChatBeautiful Luna was given over to us to find her a new home due to her owner having to emigrate. Luna is a very friendly girl who loves a fuss and to play, but can be timid with loud noises. She has now found her wonderful new home after being spotted on Cat Chat! Thank you, as always, for your continued support.

Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs

Poppy is a very sweet little lady who loves fuss, once she gets to know you, but is a little timid to start. See needed a quiet new home where she could continue to live as an indoor cat.  She has now found herself a new owner after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Cats Protection Stourbridge, Dudley & Wyre Forest

Meet Eric, a great big cuddle monster! Eric was an un-neutered stray from the Wakefield area. He had been taken in by some kind people but unfortunately he didn't get on with their other cats and was stealing everyone's food! Luckily he has now found a new home after being seen on Cat Chat.

Yorkshire Animal Shelter, Leeds

Six year old Jimmy  is a friendly and affectionate cat who was in need of a new home. He’s an independent lad who loves going outside to explore and have adventures. Jimmy has now found himself a loving new home after being spotted on Cat Chat. 

Battersea at Old Windsor, West London

Rosie, from National Animal Trust, Leicester, homed through Cat ChatRosie is a lovely little cat who came into our care when her owners moved abroad. She is a friendly cat but is a little unsure until she gets to know you. Rosie was rehomed after being seen on your Overlooked Cats section.

National Animal Trust, Leicester

Ailbhe, from Eight Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield, homed through Cat ChatAt a young age poor Ailbhe (pictured here with ginger kitten Alix) found herself living in a rather crowded multi cat house with several other unneutered cats. Both she and the other female in the house became pregnant at the same time and gave birth within a few days of each other. They shared the care of the 9 kittens they had between them. As part of a bigger plan to manage the number of cats in the house and ensure all the cats were neutered, 8 Lives took in Ailbhe and 7 of the 9 kittens when they were 5 weeks old so Ailbhe has ended up caring for her own kittens plus several of the other cat's kittens as well. She's done this beautifully and without complaint. She’s now been adopted after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Eight Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield

Fynn came to us as a stray. He was very affectionate so he had clearly been loved at some point. He spent the first week in rescue hiding on a high shelf. We're not entirely sure what he was hiding from, because when we climbed up to give him a little stroke, he threw himself into it wholeheartedly with purrs and head bumps. He’s now been adopted after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Eight Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield

Our beautiful 6 year old girl Ziggy, and her smitten new owner have found each other! It was a done deal at first sight, and Ziggy is now in her new home after being spotted on Cat Chat. Ziggy and her new owner are just what each other needed, with the instant and mutual love obvious to see straight away.

Sherman's Rescue, Peterborough

Archie was in need of a new home after one of his owners sadly died and the other had to go to a home that wouldn’t take him. Thankfully, Archie has now found his furrever home after being seen on Cat Chat.

Aylesbury Cat Rescue, Buckinghamshire

Coco, aged 5, is a pretty and friendly cat who needed a home where she was the only pet. We are pleased to share that Coco has now been rehomed after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Cat Friends, Northamptonshire

Ursula, aged 7, is a gorgeous Lilac Oriental pedigree female cat. She needed a new home due to a change of circumstances for her owner. Ursula has now found herself a new home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Oriental Cat Welfare Trust, East Sussex

Ellie, from Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, Bolton, homed through Cat ChatEllie is a beautiful little girl , very lively and loves playing with anything and everything, and doesn't miss a trick. She was an owned cat but her owner couldn't keep her and their other cat so we took them both in. Ellie has now been rehomed, and this is as a result of being seen on Cat Chat. We are very grateful for your help and for your ongoing support.

Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, Bolton

Diego, from Cat Action Trust 77, Doncaster South, homed through Cat ChatDiego is a big handsome male cat age approx 6 years old. He is an affectionate boy, and after having a couple of homes prior to coming into care, he had been looking for a furever home. Diego has now found this new home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Cat Action Trust 77, Doncaster South

Catcat, Roxy & Minty, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatCatcat (left): Despite being black Catcat was lucky he was seen on our homing page and moved on quickly, his massive character sold him. Roxy (centre): Another lovely young cat that got a fresh start thanks to Cat Chat. Minty the Manx cat (right) was with us for a long time. But eventually, and despite her health problems, a lovely person offered her a loving home for the rest of her days... All rehomed thanks to Cat Chat.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Whiskey is 4 years old and is a very gentle boy. He now has a new family after being seen on Cat Chat.

Ann & Bill`s Cat & Kitten Rescue, Essex.

Dolores, from Cramar Cat Rescue & Sanctuary, Birmingham, homed through Cat ChatLittle Dolores had arrived quite recently, sadly after her owner passed away. She is extremely friendly and loving, she adores belly rubs and is a fabulous lap cat! Dolores has now been rehomed, her family saw her on Cat Chat. Thanks.

Cramar Cat Rescue & Sanctuary, Birmingham

Sparkle, from Rugeley Cats Society,  Rugeley, homed through Cat ChatLovely Sparkle was taken to rescue following an RTA. She is an eight year old neutered female who has been on the look out for her new home while recuperating. She has now found her new home with the help of Cat Chat. Many thanks.

Rugeley Cats Society, Rugeley

Jess from Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatPoor Jess has been shipped around from pillar to post many times and the disruption has not been easy for this little girl. However she is pretty laid back and gentle and also quite mischievious which is lovely to see. Recently our lovely girl has been adopted as a result of being seen on Cat Chat. Thank you very much Cat Chat for your ongoing help and support, it is all really appreciated.

Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue

Willow from All Animal Rescue Southampton homed through Cat ChatWillow is a 2.5 year old domestic shorthair neutered female who came in to the rescue as her owners had left her behind when they vacated a property that they rented. She was looking for a home where she can have access to the outdoors as she loves nothing more than investigating and sunbathing in the garden. The very good news is that Willow has now been found a new home thanks to Cat Chat.

All Animal Rescue, Southampton

Archie & Chicken, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatArchie (left) came from a very spoiled home. He is a very large male, almost like a Maine Coon, very affectionate but on his terms. He will let you stroke him and he will rub his head into you, but when he has had enough he will slap you!! Chicken (right) so called because she was found in a place called Heol Y Cyw which in English translates as the road of the chicken. She is one of the most friendly cats you would ever find, she even licks you like a dog & loves a lap to sit on. Archie and Chicken have now been rehomed together via Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Daisy, from Aylesbury Cat Rescue, Bucks, homed through Cat ChatDaisy is a petite cute kitten-sized 2 year old single white female! She’s still very much kitten-like, loves to play, spends her days charging through her tent and cube. Gorgeous Daisy is now off to her forever home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Aylesbury Cat Rescue, Bucks

Bruce, from BabsCats, Swanley, homed through Cat ChatBruce is an eight month old lad, who has only ever been an indoor cat and is a very affectionate young man. He has just found himself a wonderful home with a lovely local lady after being spotted on Cat Chat. Thank you.

Babs Cats, Swanley

Ginge from Angus Cat Rescue, Arbroath, homed through Cat ChatThis wee girl Ginge had been in our care for a few months as she was pregnant, and made a good mum to her kittens who are now in their own homes. Ginge was herself rehomed due to being seen on Cat Chat and we would like to thank them for their continued support.

Angus Cat Rescue, Arbroath

Millie from Fur & Feathers Animal Sanctuary, Wythall homed through Cat Chat9 year old Millie is a very loving lap cat who was looking for a quiet retirement home. She was recently spotted in Cat Chat's Overlooked Cats section and we are so pleased to hear that she is already settling in well in her new home. Thank you Cat Chat!

Fur & Feathers Animal Sanctuary, Wythall

Emily from Anim-Mates, Kent, homed through Cat ChatEmily, a 12-month-old tabby, was a stray who was being fed by a lady in Strood. When she had to move the cat lover asked Anim-Mates to find her a home. Emily is an incredibly sweet girl with a loving personality, young and very playful, and can always be engaged in play. She cannot resist being scratched behind her ears and under her chin. I am pleased to inform you that Emily has been rehomed by an adopter who saw her on Catchat. As always, many thanks to Cat Chat for the good work that you all do.

Anim-Mates, Kent

Donnie is a sweet and talkative boy who loves his belly rubbed. He is very well behaved and has a loving disposition. He just turned 7 years old and is mostly black with white on his chest, stomach, and toes. Through Cat Chat, Donnie has now found himself a lovely new home.

Feline Network Cat Rescue, Paignton

Kat, from Hay Cat Rescue, Hay On Wye, homed through Cat ChatKat is a gorgeous grey and white lass, about 7 years old and is a loving sweetheart. Sadly Kat has been abandoned. Luckily, through Cat Chat, she has now found a new forever owner who will make her feel loved and wanted as she deserves.

Hay Cat Rescue, Hay On Wye

Katie & Salon, from Cramar Cat Rescue & Sanctuary, Birmingham, homed through Cat ChatKatie (left) is a young mum who came to us with her kittens. She is a friendly little soul despite all she's been through. Salon (right) was our longest stay – another young girl abandoned when pregnant. She’s shy, but she also likes a fuss! Both have now been rehomed after being seen on Cat Chat! Thanks - as always - for your help.

Cramar Cat Rescue & Sanctuary, Birmingham

Sophia & Tweed, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatSophia (left) was homed direct from her owners with the help of Cat Chat. Tweed (right) was with us a while but eventually Cat Chat found her the perfect home.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Leo, Lily & Ella, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatLovely little Leo (left) is another Cat Chat success. Lily & Ella (right) were homed direct from their owners with the help of Cat Chat thus saving them coming into the rescue.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Dora & Eric, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatMiss Attitude Dora (left) is a very lucky girl, despite her bad manners she got a nice after being seen on Cat Chat. Eric (right)'s new family spotted him on Cat Chat and fell in love with him, they have not been disappointed, he's turned into a perfect family pet.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Ringo from Stokey Cats...and dogs, East London, homed through Cat ChatAmazing news from Ringo! He found his new loving home after being spotted on Cat Chat. Ringo is a majestic confident male cat who enjoys his independence and loves his outdoor space. The meet & greet went well and we believe it was a match made in heaven (via Cat Chat of course!). Ringo moved in with his new family and he's loving it! His human parents said they are completely in love with him!

Stokey Cats ... and dogs, East London

Lorenzo from Stokey Cats ... and dogs, East London, homed through Cat ChatWe have really great news to share with you! Lorenzo found his new home after being seen on Cat Chat. He's a young cat who used to live as a stray and was getting in all sorts of troubles with other local tom cats. He is now happily settled down, eating well and found places to explore! His human parents are very happy and so are we! We couldn't think of a better home for Lorenzo!

Stokey Cats ... and dogs, East London

Boo, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatBoo was left behind when her owners moved house, luckily neighbours fed her when she could not get into her home. A very sad case as how did Boo know that when they left home they were not coming back? We cannot understand how people can have pets and discard them like rubbish! She is a very quiet girl and loves to be cuddled, and will groom your hair as well as her own. She has now found her forever home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Mari & Astra from Cramar Cat Rescue homed through Cat ChatThank you Cat Chat for your help in rehoming our lovely Mari (left) and Astra (right). They were each seen by their new people on Cramar's Cat Chat rehoming page, and are now happily settled in their new homes. Pretty, shy Mari was looking for a patient and understanding home. Astra's rehoming was a particularly satisfying one as she'd had a very difficult start living in a car, and was not showing herself at her best when people were visiting us to find a new feline. Her new people saw her profile on Cat Chat, and they'd already fallen in love with her by the time they met her face to face.  

Cramar Cat Rescue, Birmingham

Lily, Freddie & Reggie, from BabsCats, Swanley, homed through Cat ChatBeautiful Lily (left) is 10 years old, neutered and is a stunning tabby & white lass. Lily was a little shy and was looking for a loving and patient home where she could show her true purr-sonality. Freddie (middle) is a black, sleek, house panther and Reggie (right) is ginger & white and Freddie’s best pal. They are six months old now, both neutered, and were looking for their forever home. All three have now been rehomed thanks to being seen on Cat Chat.

BabsCats, Swanley

Tiggy & Ozzy from Thanet Cat Club, homed through Cat ChatTiggy (left) can be shy and timid at first and may hide until she feels safe, particularly if she hears loud, sudden noises. She has now chosen a lovely couple who found her on Cat Chat. Ozzy (right), a lovely big cat, was with us for a long time and always seemed to be overlooked for another cat. He has now found his own happy home through being seen on Cat Chat, as has Orio, a gorgeous Bengal cross. All three have settled very well in their new homes and are much loved. Thank you Cat Chat!

Thanet Cat Club

Abby from Nuneaton and Hinckley Cats in Need, homed through Cat ChatOur gorgeous little tortie Abby got her happy ending when she was spotted on our Cat Chat page and found her new home and family. She had been cared for as a stray before she came to us. She is a gorgeous chatty little girl who loves fuss and stands on her back legs like a meerkat if it doesn't come quickly enough! Many thanks Cat Chat!

Nuneaton and Hinckley Cats in Need

Bryoni, from Canterbury & District Cats Protection, Canterbury, homed through Cat ChatSuper friendly Bryoni is an adorable, friendly, affectionate, confident cat of about 8 years old. She loves a game with a ping pong ball or her toy mouse and then to have a nice snooze on your lap. The person who adopted Bryoni says they found out about her from Cat Chat.

Canterbury & District Cats Protection, Canterbury

Ebony & Scruff from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through Cat ChatEbony, Mia and Scruff have been rehomed this week via Catchat. Ebony (left) is very timid, needs lots of patience as she has suffered  abuse. She and her mum Rosie came to us for safety. Mia, who is male (!) is Rosie's son, a nervous boy who has adapted and become friendly. Scruff (right) was originally a farm cat whose owners left her behind. She is a placid, loveable cat who likes to sit on a lap. Most of our rehomings come from Cat Chat as so many cat people look at it. One person came 60 miles to visit us and take a cat because of this site, thank you Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society.

Goldie & Betty from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatThree lovely cats have been homed thanks to Cat Chat over the last month or so. Beautiful Goldie (left) was spotted on our homing page and whisked away to a family life. Betty (right) had a long wait for her new chance in life but eventually she caught someone's eye and left us for a new start, thanks to Cat Chat. Also this weekend it was Malcolm's turn to leave us for good after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Walter from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatWalter, the big, bombastic boy eventually behaved himself enough to grab a home after being seen on Cat Chat. His new owner is delighted with him which goes to prove there is someone for every cat. He's not a bad lad just a bit full of himself. Thank you Cat Chat.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Marbles from Royston Animal Welfare, Barnsley, homed through Cat ChatMarbles, our gorgeous tortie girl, has been rehomed due to her new family seeing her on Cat Chat. Marbles is a gorgeous little lady of approx 1 year old. She is very friendly and affectionate (even the vets said so whilst she was in for spaying!) She's not keen on other cats though as she likes all the attention herself. Thank you Cat Chat for another happy ending.

Royston Animal Welfare, Barnsley

Tyke, from Kathy's Cat Rescue, The Wirral, homed through Cat ChatLovely ginger boy Tyke was taken into care after his elderly owner died. Although he likes his home comforts, he is used to having a stroll outside. He does have that little foible whereby he can give you a little slap when he has had enough petting, but thankfully his new owners, who saw him on Cat Chat, are very experienced and aware.

Kathy's Cat Rescue, The Wirral

Cal, from Cat Action Trust 77, Ayrshire, homed through Cat ChatIt's believed Cal had been living on the streets for a couple of years prior to coming into our care. He’s a beautiful big boy and, although his lovely long coat was matted and dirty, his foster carers helped him blossom into a fine looking gentleman. Cal is very affectionate and just loves attention and both giving and receiving kisses. He’s now got a new forever home thanks to Cat Chat. Thank you so much yet again for your fantastic website. We get more homes due to the site than we ever did with newspaper adverts.

Cat Action Trust 77, Ayrshire

Bonnie & Llewi, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatBeautiful Bonnie (left) came to us as the family had a baby. We cannot understand how people can have a cat, knowing that one day they might have a child. Surely children and pets can live very well together, the child can grow up with the pet and probably have less allergies. She is a quiet girl that would suit an older family where this will not happen to her again. Llewi (right) came to us because of family issues, he is a very friendly cat that loves other cats’ company. Both have now been rehomed after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Toffee & Noel, from Cat Rescue West Wales, St Clears, homed through Cat ChatToffee (left) is 9 months old. She is very friendly but hasn't had the best experience with dogs or children. She has beautiful semi long haired fur. Noel (right) is a beautiful black kitten. Poor Noel was found lost and lonely in Pembroke. He is a very friendly little chap, he absolutely loves people! Both have now been homed through Cat Chat enquires. Thank you so much.

Cat Rescue West Wales, Whitland

Helga, from Margs Moggies, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, homed through Cat ChatGorgeous friendly Helga, 5, is a beautiful white/black girl with a rather marvellously fluffy black tail who loves cuddles & tummy rubs. She has now found, through Cat Chat, her perfect home where she will make a wonderful furry companion for her new lucky humans.

Margs Moggies, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire

CD, from Life for Cats Welfare, Lincolnshire, homed through Cat ChatCD is a striking Savannah/Chausie cross female. She is about 4 years old, very energetic and mischievous and likes to have her own way. Fabulous news: she has now been rehomed after being seen on Cat Chat.

Life for Cats Welfare, Lincolnshire

Star, from Cats Protection Trafford, homed through Cat ChatPretty little Star is a gentle, shy, inquisitive and vocal girl who very much enjoys food, company, and looking out of the window.  She’s very interested in watching the outdoors, but doesn’t attempt to go there. The birds and squirrels fascinate her!  She loves to play, and enjoys strokes as well.  She’s very vocal when she wants attention!  Star has now been rehomed, the enquiry initially came through due to Cat Chat. Thank you for everything.

Cats Protection Trafford

Tipsy, from Cat and Kitten Rescue, Watford, homed through Cat ChatLovely boy Tipsy came to Cat and Kitten after being evicted from his mum's new home. The poor boy was terribly upset by all his moves and was initially quite grumpy. However very quickly and with a little persuasion he got over that in like a day! His foster mum called him 'the perfect cat'. Tipsy was rehomed via an enquiry through Cat Chat.

Cat and Kitten Rescue, Watford

Ralf from Aylesbury Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatThank you Cat Chat for making Ralf an Overlooked Cat. He was spotted on your website and managed to get himself a lovely forever home to cuddle up in. Ralf is a laid back boy who loves to chat and prefers male company though he doesn't mind females too. Thanks for all your help.

Aylesbury Cat Rescue

Angel, from Burton-upon-Stather Cat Rescue, Lincolnshire, homed through Cat ChatAngel came into rescue as a pregnant stray. Only about a year old herself, she gave birth to five healthy kittens and was a lovely mummy to her babies. After a poor start in life she has now found a wonderful loving home through Cat Chat. Her new family tell us she settled with them from day one, so much so they feel she has always been a part of the family.

Burton-upon-Stather Cat Rescue, Lincolnshire

Dinky & Ivy, from Cat Rescue West Wales, Whitland, homed through Cat ChatDelightful Dinky (left) is a small very friendly girl who loves to cuddle, play and always greets you with a miaw. Ivy (right) was found living with her kittens in someone's garden. She is a very friendly little girl with a little squeaky meow. She loves a fuss and will purr and stomp when you stroke her. Both were homed through enquiries on Cat chat. Thank you so much.

Cat Rescue West Wales, Whitland

Tramp from Babs Cats, Swanley, homed through Cat ChatTramp came to us as a 4/5 year old stray. He is a lovely affectionate long haired boy who needs grooming. The good news is - Tramp found his new home, after being spotted on Cat Chat. 

Babscats, Swanley

Bea, Ella, Queenie and others, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatWe have had a tremendous homing as a result of Cat Chat: Bea (left, her owner was moving and did not want to take her), Ella (middle, also abandoned when her owners moved home), and Queenie (right, came into rescue because of her owner's ill health). Also Daisy, Llewi, Pixie, Max and Coco, and harder-to-home Hazel have been rehomed. Thank you so much for this site.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Princess & Tobias from Maesteg Animal Welfare SocietyBeautiful Blue Tortoiseshell Princess (left) came to Maesteg for safety as her owner suffered from mental health problems and she was in the middle of a lot of disruption. She was extremely nervous. Tobias's owner died but he may think he was abandoned. He can be a bit nervous but a bowl of food does the trick! Thankfully they were both seen on Cat Chat and have now gone to their forever homes. Thank you Cat Chat for assisting us in rehoming these cats.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society

Theo & Sol, from Nuneaton & Hinckley Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatOur big beautiful boy Theo’s (left) family became very suddenly homeless and he came into us at very short notice. He was completely bewildered by the sudden change and spent the first four days hiding under his bed. He has now found his new home after being seen on Cat Chat, as did Sol (right), our lovely gentle boy who spent so long living by himself after the death of his owner. He’s also been rehomed after been spotted on Cat Chat. Both of them are now much loved in their new homes.

Nuneaton & Hinckley Cats in Need, Hinckley

Marley from Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, homed through Cat Chat14 month old Marley's owner could no longer look after him so he was brought to Whinnybank for rehoming. He is a sweet boy who was looking for a forever home without any other cats because he doesn't like them. The good news is that he has been homed after being spotted on our Cat Chat page. Many thanks to Cat Chat for their help as always!

Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary

Rosie, Sadie & Tina, from Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough, homed through Cat ChatRosie (left) is a lovely older kitten, already a very young mum but her kittens died. Sadie (middle) is a nervous young cat but once she is used to you loves a fuss. Tina (right) is a pretty ginger girl from a litter of four, she is such a friendly young puss! All three have now been rehomed after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough

Caspar from Cat Action Trust, Leeds, homed through Cat Chat10 month old Casper is the sweetest, nicest natured boy ever. He loves everyone and everything and gets on with other cats. He was looking for a home in a quiet area away from busy roads. He was spotted on Cat Chat and has gone to his happy forever home. Thank you very much for your help Cat Chat.

Cat Action Trust 1977, Leeds

Lola from BabsCats, Swanley, homed through Cat ChatLola is 4 and came to us with another cat when their owner sadly had to go into a nursing home. She is a friendly, loving cat, good with other cats and children. A lovely couple spotted her on Cat Chat and she has been homed. Many thanks Cat Chat.

BabsCats, Swanley

 

Chad, from Cat Rescue, Chippenham, homed through Cat ChatChad was brought into rescue when he turned up on a farm which had dogs running free, and the owners were concerned for Chad's safety. He appeared to be feral on arrival and was hissing and lashing out with his paw. However, patience and kindness helped him to realise that people are not that bad and he now enjoys a stroke purring and rubbing his head against my hand. He has now been rehomed after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Cat Rescue, Chippenham

Fufu, from Cat & Kitten Rescue, Watford, homed through Cat ChatBeautiful Fufu is a very chilled cat who loves to curl up with a good basket! She’s an indoor cat and has shown no interest in going out. She has now been rehomed as a direct result of an enquiry through Cat Chat.

Cat & Kitten Rescue, Watford

Mary, Indy & Bowie, from Ann & Bill’s Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch, homed through Cat ChatThanks to Cat Chat we have rehomed Mary (left), who had been with us for some time because she was scared of people. But a young man and his sister saw her on our Cat Chat page and decided to give her a home – lucky Mary! Little Indy (middle) is one of the most affectionate kittens we've ever met. She wants ALL the cuddles! She walks up purring and will curl up in our laps. Her brother Bowie (right) loves to greet friends with a long meow... the longest meow we’ve ever heard, it is very cute. He is very playful and loves people. They now have a new home together.

Ann & Bill’s Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch

Floyd & Roxxie, from Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford, homed through Cat ChatFloyd (left) is a lovely tabby lad of 8 and a half years who lets you know what he thinks! Floyd may be a little shy initially but before long will be happy to curl up on your lap to have a snooze. He enjoys wandering around the garden exploring. Roxxie (right) has a lovely placid nature. She is aged 8 and a half, she is a shy girl but once she bonds with you she loves to cuddle up against the side of your leg on the sofa. She loves to receive fuss and loves her food too. These two have now found a home together after being seen on Cat Chat.

Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford

Topsy & Tim, from Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford, homed through Cat ChatTopsy (left) is 2 years old and came into our care with her kittens. The kittens have all gone into loving homes and it was Topsy's turn after being spotted on Cat Chat. Tim (right) is a 2 year old male cat; he wasn't allowed to move with his human but has now found his forever home thanks to Cat Chat.

Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford

Marzipan & Shadow, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatLittle Marzipan (left) is a super little moggie, He loves to play, he just cannot keep still until he sleeps. Poor Shadow (right) has not been shown much love. When he arrived he was quite nervous, but as soon as he realised he was safe and had regular meals, his character has come out. He is a most affectionate cat, his coat is now gleaming and he enjoys cuddles. They’ve both been rehomed after being spotted on Cat Chat. Thank you so much for this site.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Lady from Ann & Bill's Cat & Kitten Rescue, HornchurchLady was so affectionate it was actually quite hard to get pictures of her. She just wanted lots of fuss and would make a great pet for a family. Lady was seen on Cat Chat by a Lady and has now found a new home with her. Thanks Cat Chat!

Ann & Bill's Cat & Kitten Rescue

Indie, Monty, Roxy, Sox, Mushroom, Toby, Thelma, Louise, Ziggy, Poppy, Chico, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatThank you Cat Chat! Indie (left), Monty (centre), Roxy (right), Sox, Mushroom and Toby, Thelma and Louise, Ziggy and Poppy, and Chico say thank you Cat Chat, they've all got new homes after being spotted on our homing page.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Stan from Rugeley Cats Society, homed through Cat ChatBeautiful 7 year old tabby Stan was looking for his forever home. Look at his face.... he's either smiling or about to sneeze! Thankfully his lovely face was spotted in Cat Chat's Overlooked Cats section and he has now gone to the loving home he was looking for.

Rugeley Cats Society

Nutmeg & Cinnamon from Cats in Crisis, Wishaw homed through Cat ChatNutmeg (left) and Cinnamon (right) are mother and daughter. They were looking for a home with owners experienced in looking after timid cats and who had the time and patience to help these beautiful girls build up their confidence in humans. Thankfully they were spotted in Cat Chat's Overlooked Cats section and now have their loving forever home.

Cats in Crisis, Wishaw

Sid from Cat Action Trust, Leeds, homed through Cat ChatSid is a big soft ginger tom, about 5-6 years old. He is so affectionate and loves as much attention as he can get. Pebbles, the young tabby female was also looking for her forever home. They were both seen by their new owners on Cat Chat. Once again I would like to thank Cat Chat for all their help with homing which is much appreciated.

Cat Action Trust 1977, Leeds

Misty from Beverley & Pocklington Cats Protection, homed through Cat ChatMisty was thought to be a female when he was adopted, so the name stuck. He is about 5 years old and came into care with his friend Jack, who has since been rehomed. Misty was looking for exactly the right home with someone who loves grey cats. The good news is the handsome Misty was spotted in the Overlooked Cats section of Catchat and is moving to his new home at the weekend.

Beverley & Pocklington Cats Protection

Lady, Marzipan & Bonnie Binnie, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatLovely little Lady (left) was brought to us because her family were having problems, no one would take responsibility for her. Marzipan (middle) or Mazzi as he is called was found wandering with a nasty cut on his hind leg. A member of the public took him to the local vet, where they gave him treatment and put him on their FB page to see if they could find his owner, but no-one came forward. Bonnie Binnie (right) is a shy girl, she came to us as the family had a new baby and she was replaced!! This makes us so mad when people do this to their pets. If they are planning to have children in the future then they should not have a cat as a substitute in the first place. Why she cannot be brought up with this child we really do not understand? All three have now found their forever homes thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Trudy, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatTwo year old Trudy is a friendly, affectionate lass despite a tough background. She was living as a stray and got pregnant. A kind lady fed her and helped her to get rescued. She was a loving mum to 3 little tykes and now they have been rehomed, she was looking for love & cuddles for herself. She now has found them, thanks to being seen on Cat Chat!

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Ninja from Aylesbury Cat Rescue, Bucks homed through Cat ChatNinja is a very affectionate cat, who has been on medication for stress, having lost not one but two owners to cancer and then lost his home. He was looking for an indoor home without other animals or children. He was spotted in Cat Chat's Overlooked Cats section after waiting six months for his forever home. When he got there he came out of his basket had a look around, made himself right at home and has been happy ever since. Thanks Cat Chat for all your help.

Aylesbury Cat Rescue, Bucks

Pebbles from Angus Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatPebbles was a rather reserved 2-3 year old who would come around with a bit of tlc. She was looking for a new home with safe access to the outdoors. Being seen on Cat Chat's pages helped her find her new home. We thank Cat Chat for all that they do.

Angus Cat Rescue, Tayside

Pebbles, Chloe & Angel, from Nuneaton & Hinckley Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatGreat news for three of our moggies: Pebbles (left), who came into foster care from an elderly owner who could no longer stay in her own home; Chloe (middle), whose first time in rescue was as a stray with six kittens, and was then adopted only to be returned to us as a result of her owner's ill health; and most especially Angel (right) - this very beautiful girl affectionately known as Freddie Kruger had been in our care for over two years due to her very specific homing requirements but finally it happened; the call was received, the initial visit was made and Angel found her new home where she is happy and settled at last. A huge thanks from all of us.

Nuneaton & Hinckley Cats in Need, Hinckley

igger & Poppy, from Ann & Bill Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch, homed through Cat ChatTwo lucky cats have new homes thanks to Cat Chat. Tigger (left) went to live with a young lady and her brother and sister. She sent a photo the very next day showing Tigger fast asleep on her lap. Friendly cuddly Poppy (right) had been with us some time, she came in as a stray. Also she had wounds to her leg, so we had to get that sorted. But now she has got her very own home, where she will be loved.

Ann & Bill Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch

Hector, Freddo & Lottie, from Kirkby Cats Home/Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatHandsome boys Hector (left) and Freddo (centre) have found a new home after being seen on Cat Chat. Lovely little Lottie (right) has found a new home after being seen on Cat Chat, she settled into her new life instantly. Thank you.

Kirkby Cats Home/Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Fluffy, from The Catcuddles Sanctuary, Enfield, homed through Cat ChatHello, my name (and my coat) is Fluffy. I’m a gorgeous black and white neutered chap of about six years old, and if you haven’t already fallen in love with me then just take another look at my heart-meltingly big amber eyes! After fending for myself as a stray for a long time I was quite nervous when I came into rescue, but have now found my forever home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

The Catcuddles Sanctuary, Greenwich

Snowy & Misty, from Maesteg Animal Welfare, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatSnowy (left) originally came to us from a very rough area and had not had a very good start in life, was not very white when he arrived and was quite depressed. We found him a wonderful, forever home we thought, unfortunately it didn’t work out and we insisted he came back to us. He has now found a great new home thanks to being seen on Cat Chat. Misty (right) was a much loved pet, but her owner had to go away. As a result we were asked to find her a new home, which she now has found thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare, Bridgend

Billy, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatLong-haired young Billy came in as a stray. At first he was a little stand-offish and happy to accept fuss on his terms only; but now, well so much has changed, he has literally cleaned himself up and now looks like a fox with his bushy tail and shiny fur. He has now found his forever humans after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Reg & Sarah, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatReg (left) is another lucky lad that seemed to be heading for a summer stay with us and then fell on his paws. Sarah's (right) sunny nature and friendly disposition ensured the first people who visited her after seeing her on Cat Chat took her instantly.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Orlando & Alice, from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatBig, confident and adorable Orlando (left) marched out the rescue and into his new mum's home and has never looked back, obviously she adores him but who wouldn't. Super friendly Alice (right) found a super home after being seen on Cat Chat.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Kitty from Barnsley Animal Rescue Charity, homed through Cat ChatKitty came to the rescue because the other cats that she previously lived with had taken a disliking to her. She is a very affectionate, confident girl who loves being fussed. She’s long haired and will need regular brushing so that her fur doesn’t become mattered. Kitty was looking for an outdoor home with no other cats away from any busy roads, so that she could safely explore going outside once settled. Thankfully she was spotted on Cat Chat and has now gone to her happy forever home.

Barnsley Animal Rescue Charity

Dolly, from HappyCats Rescue, Bordon, homed through Cat ChatPretty Dolly is a sweet, confident, very clean girl who loves to play and has lots of energy. She enjoys being brushed and looks forward to cuddles and affection. Dolly has now found her forever home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

HappyCats Rescue, Bordon

Tinker & Henry, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatTinker (left) was originally Tinkerbell until he went to the vet to be neutered. He was the companion of an older lady who had just had a hip replacement. On advice from her doctor she had to give up her companion in case she fell over him. He is a chunky cat, and was very quiet at first as he coudn't understand why he had been abandoned. Henry (right) is such a character with a big heart, he came from quite rough surroundings. Despite this, he is a gentle soul that loves affection. Both Tinker and Henry have now found their forever homes thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Polo & Maxwell, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatPolo (left) came into rescue because of a family break up. He is a shy boy and needed a quiet home where he would be loved and not given up again. Maxwell (right) is a lovely boy who had been abandoned. He is an energetic, athletic looking boy, and he craves attention. His markings are stunning, making him look like a small tiger, but with the temperament of a kitten. Both Polo & Maxwell have now found their forever homes thanks to Cat Chat and hopefully will never be abandoned or surrendered to rescue again.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Angelina from Stokey Cats... and dogs, Hackney, homed through Cat ChatBeautiful Angelina is the sweetest cat you can imagine. She is super friendly, loving and playful. We are extremely happy to let you know that Angelina found a loving home through CatChat. It was love from the first sight and this sweet little girl settled down instantly with her new family. We couldn't be happier for her! Thank you CatChat for helping us to help cats like Angelina.

Stokey Cats... and dogs, Hackney

Emma from National Animal Trust, Leicester, homed through Cat ChatEmma is a short-haired dilute tortie with white, a young nine years old. She is a gentle little soul, affectionate, and loves being fussed. Because of her gentle nature, Emma was looking for a quieter home and was not keen on men although hopefully she could be won round! We are delighted to say that she has now been rehomed after her new family saw her on Cat Chat. We have heard from them recently and she is settling in very well. Many thanks to Cat Chat for your help.

National Animal Trust, Leicester

Ollie, from Stopford Cat Rescue, Stockton, homed through Cat ChatEight year old Ollie is a very friendly and handsome cat. He loves company and will happily sit on your lap, sunbathe in the garden or watch football on TV! He was being bullied by a neighbour’s aggressive cat so reluctantly his previous owners have been looking for a new home for him. Thankfully, Ollie has now been rehomed thanks to being seen on Cat Chat.

Stopford Cat Rescue, Stockton

Ziggy & Mia, from Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatZiggy (left) was one of a pair of kittens who sadly were abandoned by their owners who left a rented property. They were found living under patio furniture in the garden and after some committed work by neighbours they were caught and came into care. Mia (right) came into us after the loss of both of her previous owners in a short space of time. We don't know a huge amount about her as there was sadly no one to tell us. Both have now been rehomed thanks to being seen on Cat Chat. Many thanks to all.

Cats in Need, Hinckley

Esme, Elspeth & Frankie, from Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatThanks to being seen on our page, beautiful little feral girls Esme and Elspeth (left) found their new homes. So did Frankie (right), a little long term stray. Frankie is quite independent and keeps herself to herself during the day liking her laptime later on.

Cats in Need, Hinckley

Soozy, Orlando & Isla, from Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatSoozy (left) had been passed around three times already by owners who got bored, all before she was eight months old. She’s a lively cute little madam with a big personality. Playful, inquisitive and loving interaction, she is very vocal especially if you incur Her Ladyship's displeasure and she can get into a bit of a strop! Orlando and Isla (right) are a beautiful pair of kittens who came in as little ferals. They are inseperable and cry if they lose sight of each other! All three cats have now been rehomed thanks to being seen on Cat Chat.

Cats in Need, Hinckley

Phoebe & Buddy, from Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatPhoebe (left) arrived during the dreadful snowy weather. She was a long term stray who had done very well out of the various neighbours feeding her, she came in as slightly overweight, she prefers to see it as curvy! Buddy (right), a slightly bonkers little lad who had been bought as a pet for a child with learning difficulties whose family recognised that it wasn't working out and requested we rehome him. Both have now been rehired thanks to being seen on Cat Chat. Great work as always.

Cats in Need, Hinckley

Lamar & Sally, from Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatLamar (left) is a loving and playful little boy whose favourite thing is playtime on the sofa. Although only a young lad, his purr is so loud it can be heard in the next room! Sally (right) was one of several feral cats and kittens living in the skips at a garden centre. She is a quiet little cat who when nervous hides but also loves to get on the bed all night and have snuggles. They’ve both now been rehomed thanks to being seen on Cat Chat.

Cats in Need, Hinckley

Teddi & Twiglet, from Burton Upon Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe, homed through Cat ChatJust to let you know that Teddi (left) and Twiglet (right) have now been homed. Twiglet has been adopted by a lovely family in a village in Lincolnshire where she has a garden and woods to explore. Teddi is living not too far from the rescue where he too has a large garden in which to enjoy new adventures. Both have been homed via Cat Chat. Best wishes.

Burton Upon Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe

Tarquin from Cramar Cat Rescue, Birmingham, homed through Cat ChatTarquin is a lovely tabby & white boy, super friendly and very confident. He was looking for a new indoor home and after being seen on Cat Chat he is now in his lovely forever home, where he'll get all the fussing and spoiling he deserves: happy new home handsome boy! Thanks again to Cat Chat for your support.

Cramar Cat Rescue, Birmingham

Lily from National Animal Trust, Leicester, homed through Cat ChatLily was a stray who came into our care with her newborn kitten. She has just been adopted by a family who saw her on the Overlooked Cats section (Leicestershire) of Cat Chat. We couldn't have found a more loving, calm and suitable home if we'd tried so we are really hopeful that she will settle down without too much trouble and become the affectionate and playful cat that we know she is. Lily has been in foster care since last summer so we are over the moon.
Many thanks for your help.

National Animal Trust, Leicester

Didier & Rosco, from Cat & Kitten Rescue, Watford homed through Cat ChatDidier (left) was almost kept by the vets who found him as they thought he was so lovely. He likes older children and cuddly humans. Rosco (right) was an unneutered stray which explains his large muscular build and his big round face. He also had a polyp removed from his cauliflower ear so he’s feeling a lot better. They have now both been rehomed via Cat Chat.

Cat & Kitten Rescue, Watford

Coco from Cats Friends, Rothwell, homed through Cat ChatCoco was found as a stray with microchip details that hadn't been updated. When she came to us her coat was very badly matted so she was groomed and her coat taken to a manageable length. She was a very friendly cat who would possibly would be more comfortable with older sensible children. Coco found her happy new home after being spotted in the Overlooked Cats section of the Cat Chat website.

Cats Friends, Rothwell

Frankie from Cats Protection Gateshead & Newcastle branch, homed through Cat ChatFrankie is around 3 years old and was abandoned by his owner. He is a very friendly, cuddly boy who loves his food and sleeping next to the radiator. Frankie was looking for a quiet home where he could chill out next to the radiator and get lots of love and attention. We are pleased to report that he found his new home after being seen on Cat Chat!

Cats Protection Gateshead & Newcastle branch

Jasper, from Cats Protection Beverley & Pockington, Yorkshire homed through Cat ChatJasper is about four years old. Sadly his owner died and he spent some time living on the street before being rescued by Cats Protection. After being spotted on Cat Chat he’s now gone to a lovely new home.

Cats Protection Beverley & Pockington, Yorkshire

Milo, from Cats In Distress, Frome, homed through Cat ChatMilo is just a fabulous cat, very affectionate and loves to play. He greets everyone who comes to visit and is more than happy to play. He can get a little over excited but generally he's very laid back. Milo would make a fabulous family pet. He’s now found himself a new home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Cats in Distress, Frome

Harvey, from Barnsley Animal Rescue Charity (BARC), Yorkshire homed through Cat ChatHarvey is a lovely friendly boy who loves being fussed! He will make a great addition to his new family. He’s now found his forever home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Barnsley Animal Rescue Charity (BARC), Yorkshire

Rusty from Paws and Claws, West Sussex, homed through Cat ChatRusty had only ever known one owner since he was a kitten and had always lived indoors. Now our lovely 'overlooked' ginger/white boy, has found a home through the 'Overlooked' section on Cat Chat! I only found out yesterday when I visited Rusty in his new home and his new mum told me that she saw his appeal on 'CatChat' and liked it very much. Rusty is so happy and a totally different cat in 'his' bungalow and garden with a new mum and dad who clearly dote on and spoil him! Another successful and happy ending thanks to CatChat! We cannot thank you enough! Grateful purrs from Rusty!

Paws and Claws, West Sussex

Nemo & Daisy, from All Animal Rescue, Southampton homed through Cat ChatNemo (left) came in to the rescue as her owner had lost his job and was no longer able to care for her. Nemo is really shy until she gets to know you, however she is a super sweet girl who doesn't have a single malicious bone in her body. Daisy (right) is painfully shy and absolutely hates the camera!! (I don't blame her!!) However she loves a chin rub and will eventually relax and purr away. The girls have now both been rehomed after being spotted on Cat Chat.

All Animal Rescue, Southampton

Freddie, from Rolvenden Cat Rescue, East Kent homed through Cat ChatFreddie is a lovely 4 year old tabby girl who ended up in care after being abandoned by her humans. No idea why as she’s a loving, friendly and also gentle cat. She has now found her forever home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Rolvenden Cat Rescue, East Kent

Eddie from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatEddie, the perfect cat, found the perfect home after being seen on Cat Chat. He settled in straight away and his new mum and dad are delighted with him.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Toby from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatThis jolly little black and white boy, Toby, was lucky when he caught someone's eye on Cat Chat! Maybe it was his gorgeous markings his new owner fell for.

Kirkby Cats Home

Lucy, from Canterbury & District Cats Protection, Kent homed through Cat ChatOne of our cats, Lucy, was rehomed through Cat Chat. Lucy is a beautiful 7 year old tabby with white socks. She gives and needs a lot of love and enjoys nothing better than curling up on your lap for a cuddle. She is a superb companion rather than just a pet.

Canterbury & District Cats Protection, Kent

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